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Citizens to decide Bellingham council members’ salaries

City seeks volunteers for 7-member Salary Commission

Bellingham City Council member Michael Lilliquist maneuvers a police cruiser during a public training exercise at Bellingham International Airport in May. A new Salary Commission will decide how much Lilliquist and other council members will be paid next year.
Bellingham City Council member Michael Lilliquist maneuvers a police cruiser during a public training exercise at Bellingham International Airport in May. A new Salary Commission will decide how much Lilliquist and other council members will be paid next year. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
How much should Bellingham City Council members be paid? The city seeks volunteers for a seven-membe

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